Hide and seek

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I rather suspect, on reading R Mill Irving’s views (Letters, 11 July) on the threat to Scotland and the UK from rogue nuclear powers, that he played hide and seek in the same way that my granddaughter did as a small child.

This was to hide under the hall table with her head and shoulders underneath and her legs sticking out of the back. With this security, coupled with her hands over her eyes, she thought nobody would ever find her.

Donald Lewis

Beech Hill